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We believe that too many children are left out of mainstream picture books, so we research who is currently represented — and how — to spark conversation and change. It’s not immediately clear to people how a Psychologist like me found her way to multicultural picture books, so let me take a moment to tell ...continue reading "Creating Friendships Across Difference: The Diverse BookFinder Story"

GUEST POST by Luis Chavez-Brumell Luis Chavez-Brumell is the Branch Manager of the Wilson Library in New Haven, Connecticut, and a member of the Diverse BookFinder’s Advisory Council. —— I was first introduced to the Diverse BookFinder when I met Anne Sibley O’Brien at a workshop in March 2018. The workshop was sponsored by the Connecticut ...continue reading "Reflection in the Collection"

Last week we celebrated the two-month anniversary of our digital launch with an update on the feedback and responses we’ve received, and how the project will continue to evolve to better serve our readers. One of the issues we discussed was the need to help casual Diverse BookFinder users better understand some of the cultural ...continue reading "Identifying Problematic Titles"

As of today, it's been two months since the launch of the Diverse BookFinder website. In that time we’ve achieved much—in large part thanks to all of you who’ve used the site and who’ve shared your thoughts. You’ve helped us learn and grow and more clearly define what the Diverse BookFinder is and does (critical ...continue reading "A Work in Progress: Gratitude and Collaboration"